Epson Expression XP-640 Small-in-One printer is nothing short of revolutionary

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Epson does have a wealth of experience to draw from where printers and printing technology is concerned, and it does not look as though there is going to be any stopping this juggernaut anytime soon in introducing new models that might change the way we do things. One of the latest models from Epson would be the Expression XP-640 small-in-one printer — pretty unique title, don’t you think so?

Specially developed to be filled with creative features, the XP-640 printer delivers superior photo quality, auto 2-sided printing for added convenience, not to mention the ability to print 4″ x 6″ photos in a matter of just 20 seconds, now how about that? We are talking about the XP-640 as a wholly wireless solution, where it comes with Wi-Fi Direct support so that it can easily print directly from an iPad, iPhone, Android tablet or smartphone without the need for a router.

Apart from that, the sleek design of the XP-640 makes it compatible with the Epson Creative Print App, enabling users to effortlessly print photo collages, personalized coloring book pages, and stationery directly from personal photos in addition to Facebook and Instagram photos.

There is no reason at all to stop at 4” x 6” photo prints, as the Epson XP-640 will be able to churn out borderless photos of up to 8″ x 10″ in size. All printouts are gorgeous in their own right, thanks to the Epson Claria Premium Ink which delivers outstanding photos that are smudge, scratch, water, and fade resistant.

Other features include an enhanced 2.7″ LCD screen, plus built-in USB and memory card slots for PC-free printing and dedicated trays for printing photos and CD/DVDs. You can even use the Expression Premium XP-640 to scan photos and documents, saving the results to the cloud for easy access and collaboration later on. Expect the Epson Expression Premium XP-640 Small-in-One to cost a mere $149.99, where it is already available.

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One review or comment

ben Says: September 22, 2016 at 9:05 am

If they add an Auto-Document feeder for batch scanning, that would be revolutionary!

My 10-year old Canon MP-530 does it, no reason future epson models couldn’t do it!

Anyone know how it compares to the Epson XP-820 XP-860?

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